"What, then, are the criteria that you would use in teaching?"
"You go back to age-old principles. I think there are definite and definable theories on how to relate volume to volume, mass to mass, texture and scale; the relationship of a building to the ground, to the sky, to neighbors. I really believe that you can define X number of approaches. The problem is to see that the approach is consistent, that each component part belongs to the same family of ideas."
Barnett, Jonathan. "Paul Rudolph Cites Old Principles as Bases for Analysis of Today's Work." Architectural Record 131 (January 1962): 12.